Sub-Saharan Africa workforce to increase to 750 million people; what does it mean?

According to the World Bank Group, the working population in Sub-Saharan Africa is set to increase to 750 million people.

This poses a looming demographic challenge as African economies are already struggling to create well-paying, stable jobs.

It’s clear that more needs to be done to address this issue and ensure sustainable economic growth in the region.

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Lawrence Baraza

Lawrence Baraza is a dynamic journalist currently overseeing content at Metropol TV Digital. With a keen focus on business news and analytics, Lawrence guides the platform in delivering insightful, data-driven content that empowers its audience to make informed decisions. Lawrence’s commitment to quality and his ability to anticipate market trends make him a key figure in the digital media landscape. His work continues to shape the way business news is consumed, making a significant impact in the field.

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